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Making Change The Norm Rather Than Something Special

The public sector is increasingly finding itself under scrutiny.  Tough times in terms of resources are usually the catalyst for increased calls for change and improvement. It is easy to think that across the public sector everything is stuck in the past and that everything can be done better. Of course in any organisation, whether […]

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What Gets In The Way Of Change In The NHS?

The NHS is a huge organisation. The work it does is vital. We all will access and make use of services at some time. Right now the NHS is going through some tough times, financially and operationally. Despite this staff turn up day after day, week after week and do an amazing job. There is […]

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How To Make Change Less Of A Struggle

Personal change can be tough. Leading it in organisations is often a huge struggle. In many ways this should not be a surprise. Yet how often do you see change that delivers all of the expected benefits? If the research is to be believable no more than 30% of the time. On the other hand […]

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Change or Transformation: What’s Appropriate for the NHS?

The NHS and the challenges of meeting either operational or financial performance targets or improving quality and safety is rarely out of the news. A lot of the time the term ‘service transformation’ is mentioned. The continued use of the term transformation got me thinking. Of course like any organisation the NHS has to evolve. […]

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